Lily loves stop signs. She sees them and puts out her hand and says, "top!" She's been doing this for a few months. She gets great joy from it. It so happened that one of the first times that she did it, a truck came up and stopped right on cue. So she probably thinks that she can do magic. Or that stop signs are magic. Or both.
Lily loves trains. Today on her walk with daddy, she was a train. She chugged and explored and tooted.
Lily loves her one special dolly. She doesn't sleep without it,
Lily's smile can only be described as impish. She knows she is going to be a tease and play games with you. We all love to play her games.
I love everything about toddlers. I was trying to think of things that I don't like, but I'm really coming up short.
I use Honest diapers. Not only are they good for the environment and healthier for my baby, but they are so cute. I mean, like so cute that I actually am kind of obsessed with them. They have seasonal designs. They sent her birthday diapers to wear on her birthday. New spring diapers are coming in the mail, friends. Diapers with bees and butterflies and tulips and rainbows and little sheep.
And we sing songs at changing time. She's kind of crazy about "Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star." We actually sing that all day long. But at diaper changes, we also sing "Eensy, Weensy Spider," "The Wheels on the Bus," "My God Is So Big," "God Made Me, " and another homemade favorite, "Mommy has Eyes" (maybe I'll make a video of that one sometime.)
What I'm saying is, I even love toddler diaper changes.